Mission: Possible is a weeklong service immersion program during spring break where Gonzaga students serve and learn alongside community partners across the country. Students explore the complex structural and social realities affecting the communities and reflect on their role and ways to engage with these issues upon return to Spokane. Sites are coordinated by a student leader with the support of university staff and faculty. The purpose of Mission: Possible is to enter into mutually beneficial relationships with community partners, focusing on student learning, as well as community identified needs. These immersion trips are informed by our four pillars; simplicity, spirituality, community and justice.
If spring break does not work for you, consider applying to our winter break immersion, Justice in January.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Service Immersion Program Manager, Darcy Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org before registering for the program.
Registration will open on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 7:30am PST. Health insurance is required to participate in Mission:Possible.
You are invited to celebrate the 20-year impact of Mission Possible with a gift to support current students wanting to serve. Make your gift below:.